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Apple TV+ now on Google TV

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I can’t say I’m not excited. Google has announced that the Apple TV app, including Apple TV+ is now globally available on the new Chromecast with Google TV. Support for more Google TV devices is coming.

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Apple Original sci-fi saga series “Foundation” to debut in 2021

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At WWDC20 last week, Apple gave audiences around the world a first look at “Foundation”—the highly-anticipated Apple Original drama series based on the internationally-acclaimed and award-winning Isaac Asimov novel series of the same name.

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Beastie Boys Story: Spike Jonze-directed live documentary trailer is out

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The Spike Jonze-directed Beastie Boys Story live documentary will be hitting IMAX theatres in the US on 2 April and will stream live on 24 April via Apple TV+. The film’s first full-length trailer is out.

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What to watch: Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet on Apple TV+

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The much-anticipated comedy series “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet” has officially made its debut, exclusively on Apple TV+. All nine, half-hour episodes of Apple’s original series are available for binge-watching, a departure from the usual staggered release schedule.

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Apple teases “It’s Show Time” event with humourous “live stream” of Steve Jobs Theater

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Apple is all set for its “It’s Show Time” media event tomorrow, 10AM PST, Monday (1AM MYT, Tuesday) where it’s slated to announce new services including Netflix-rival TV and video and possibly news subscription services. Ahead of the big reveal, the company is teasing about the event with a cheeky “live stream” of the Steve Jobs Theater on its website.

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It’s show time! Apple’s big push into TV streaming set for 25 March

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Apple sent out press invites on Monday for a 25 March event with a intriguing title: “It’s show time.” The Cupertino company has long been rumoured to debut a TV/video streaming subscription service, taking on the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, among others.